OPTICAL SPECTROSCOPIC TECHNIQUES FOR ARMY APPLICATIONS
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Publisher:Ohio State University
Applications of optical spectroscopy to Army needs are discussed. These applications include tunable diode laser-based sensing of hazardous gases, explosives characterization using Raman spectroscopy and using laser induced breakdown spectroscopy, chemical/biological agent detection using infrared spectroscopy, and spectral characterization of non-thermal plasmas.
Author Institution: U. S. Army Research Laboratory
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